Examining Collaborative Models: STEM Learning and University-Community-Government Partnerships
Facilitated by Danielle Wood, Assistant Director, Community-Based Research and Impact, Center for Social Concerns and Alisa Zornig Gura, College of Engineering. Preliminary findings of the examination of structures and approaches that facilitate place-based project based non-formal learning as related to the Bowman Creek Educational Ecosystem will be presented. Collaborative models for sustained STEM learning will be discussed. This is part of the Center for Social Concerns research seminar series at which colleagues share their research and thinking in an informal atmosphere.
Coffee will be served.
Location: Geddes Hall Coffee House
Center for Social Concerns